Differences over staffing standards threaten to unravel contract negotiations between Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center and the union that represents the hospital’s 500 nurses and technicians.
Christus St. Vincent made its final offer to the union Wednesday, and the proposal faces a vote Sunday. The 12-member negotiation committee for New Mexico District 1199 of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees unanimously recommended that its members reject the hospital’s offer, despite a monetary reward the hospital is offering the bargaining unit if it ratifies the deal by Sunday.
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